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Saturday, August 22, 2015


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The following is my personal assessment of the situation after observing the crash scene:

The wrecker was bound east on highway 51  approximately 14 miles west of Okeene and approximately 1 mile east of the Blaine County and Kingfisher County lines. The vehicle leaves the roadway to the right and all passenger side wheels leave the road to about a three to four inch drop from the pavement to the soft dirt beside the road which pitch the vehicle to the right, the truck was then turned sharp and to the left in attempt to re enter the roadway which turn the truck sharp to the left aiming it to the ditch on the left side of the road. The ditch had a steep descent down which shift the trucks weight back to the left rocked it onto it's driver side when it appears the vehicle "took a knee" which caused the truck to roll onto it's top sliding then 10-20 yards where it arrives at it final resting position on its top and pinning the driver inside the cab. The driver remains trapped under the vehicle for 90 minutes after the accident at which time he was pronounced deceased at the scene.

Initial reports seem to indicate that there was a turn or curve in the roadway which I did not find to be accurate. This open stretch of road has a speed limit of 65 mph and is some distance from the curve before the river bridge about 1 and 1/2 miles from the crash scene.


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